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Bradbury Centre to Flourish

31 July 2017

The Bradbury Centre’s plans to extend and improve its premises are now one step closer to reality thanks to the E.ON Rosehall Community Fund.

The Creich, Croick and Kincardine District Day Care Association, referred to locally as the Bradbury Centre, was awarded just under £5,000 towards architects fees, planning and building warrant costs to help take the project forward.

The Centre also received a further award of £8,840 to contribute to the cost of employing a part-time support worker over two years.

The Centre is open four days a week almost year round and caters for on average, 90 users per week and has outgrown its current premises.

Barbara Hartshorn, Chairperson of the Association said “Everyone at the Bradbury Centre is delighted that our two applications to Foundation Scotland have been successful. The funding will enable us to move forward with our plans for expansion at the Centre. Our Architect will be finalising plans for an extension in the next few weeks, while the other funding will be used to employ an additional member of staff on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Both projects will allow the Centre to flourish. “

Victoria Harrison, Senior Project Developer at E.ON, said “Through our Community Fund our aim is to make a difference to people in the local communities surrounding our wind farms. We’re delighted to be able to support the Bradbury Centre in helping them improve their facilities.”

In total, awards of almost £50,000 have been made in the 2016/17 Fund year supporting seven projects.

Foundation Scotland administers the E.ON Rosehall Community Fund on behalf of E.ON. More information on the Fund and awards made can be found at The next deadline is 31 October 2017.


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